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    Summary

    Serves as a senior Management and Program Analyst for the Office of Airports (ARP), Washington Headquarters, Administrative Management Staff (ARP-10), performing a wide range of management and program support duties supporting the various programs of the organization at the Headquarters and Regional Office level.

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    Responsibilities

    Coordinates staff assignments across the organization and works effectively with the team to meet deadlines. Performs ad hoc administrative duties and projects, prepare administrative reports (agendas and minutes), coordinate meetings, workgroup sessions, and training as appropriate, and perform a variety of special assignments. Independently develops written material, and resolve complex program issues and activities. Utilizes planning tools to track the organizational status for timely reporting of action items. Works with analysts across the organization and in other FAA lines of business to develop, coordinate, monitor, and report on corporate activities. Drafts messages and track, coordinate and prepare correspondence as required and use diplomacy in coordinating with internal and external customers in response to inquiries.

    Researches, prepares, and may present reports and briefing materials for senior-level meetings on assigned programs. Supplies background information, analysis, and recommendations for ARP management on current and proposed policies and regulations in regards to assigned programs.

    Designs, develops, initiate, and conducts surveys of management to determine the effectiveness, efficiency, resource requirements, cost-benefit, etc., of established and proposed related or derived policies and programs, and/or future initiatives and plans.

    Analyzes and interprets administrative policies and guidelines to provide management advice and counsel on the operation of assigned programs. Evaluates organizational activities and makes recommendations to ensure conformance and timeliness in meeting goals and objectives.

    Serves as the ARP primary point of contact and attends meetings representing the organization on current or new Agency initiatives such as Workforce Engagement, Leadership Development, Promoting Diversity and Inclusion, Succession Planning, VSIP/VERA, Furlough, and other similar programs and gather ARP’s perspective from senior managers. Develops a plan to keep all senior leaders informed about all aspects of these functions. Tracks all action items and seeks input from senior leaders and carries out all action items that do not require prior approval. Report outcomes and the impact to the organization.

    Coordinates position management with headquarters managers to evaluate and align staff for ARP headquarters program offices, to include working with automated tools. Assists managers with establishing duties and responsibilities of technical and professional positions in accordance with HR policy and guidance. Creates Job Analysis Tools and captures technical competencies in collaboration with management and the servicing HR office. Works with management to identify to HR, positions eligible for targeted recruitment to increase hiring for persons with targeted disabilities, under represented populations, and developmental positions to establish meaningful succession planning.

    Manages the full scope of ARP’s responsibilities in regards to the following functions in consonance with HR policy division: time and attendance (T&A), labor distribution reporting (LDR), Alternate Work Schedules (AWS), Telework, Permanent Change of Station (PCS) moves, performance management, travel, awards and recognition. Develops ARP specific correspondence, presentations, and standard operating procedures.

    Manages, facilitates, and leads ARP’s headquarters job applicant interview process to include constructing interview packages, scheduling interviews, responding to applicant requests and inquiries, as well as briefing panel members on the interview process. Manages the ARP orientation process of new employees. Assists employees with the CASTLE system.

    Runs reports and performs analysis in CASTLE, DATAMART and the Federal Personnel Payroll System (FPPS). Coordinate the Department of Transportation, FAA, ARP specific awards and recognition and special emphasis programs for the ARP organization.

    Travel Required

    Not required - The job does not require any travel.

    Supervisory status

    No

    Promotion Potential

    NA

This job originated on www.usajobs.gov. For the full announcement and to apply, visit www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/499717900. Only resumes submitted according to the instructions on the job announcement listed at www.usajobs.gov will be considered.